World of Warcraft Chat Command List
Update 2005-04-06: The previous list was completely wrong. The new one is correct.
This is a list of chat commands (or slash commands). Some of them even include a list of what they do!
If a command says <player> than the command can target a player either by saying "/COMMAND PlayerName", or by saying "/COMMAND partyn" where n is 1 through 5. You can also say "/COMMAND player" to target yourself.
If no player is given, then your current target will be used.
/a, /assist <player>
Targets whatever <player> is targetting.
Casts a spell?
/c, /csay <channel> <msg>
Says <msg> in <channel>
Sets you to AFK
/ann, /announce <channel>
Toggles join/leave announcements. Must be channel owner.
/ban <channel> <player>
Bans <player> from <channel>.
/chatinvite, /cinvite <channel> <player>
Invites <player> to <channel>?
/mod, /moderator <channel> <playername>
Sets <playername> as a moderator on <channel>. You must be the channel owner to do this.
/mute, /squelch, /unvoice
/pass, /password <channel> <password>
Sets <password> as the password to join <channel>. You must be the channel owner to do this.
/unmute, /unsquelch, /voice
Toggles saving of the combat log to disk.
Executes a console command. (Requires -console on the command line?)
Requests a duel with <player>.
/concede, /forfeit, /yield
Cancels the current duel.
/e, /em, /emote, /me
/f, /fol, /follow
Follows the given target. player and party1 through party5 also work.
/g, /gc, /gu, /guild
/glist, /gwho, /whoguild
/?, /h, /help
Inspects your current target.
/i, /inv, /invite <player>
Invites <player> to your party.
/chan, /channel, /join <channel> <password>
Joins the given channel, using an optional password.
/chatexit, /chatleave, /leave
Leaves the given channel.
/chatinfo, /chatlist, /chatwho
Lists channels, maybe with a password?
Begins the logout process, which will log the character off the server and then return to the Character Select screen.
Displays the total amount of time spent logged in to this current account.
/pr, /promote <player>
Promotes <player> to party leader?
Turns on the PVP flag.
Begins the game exit process, which will log the character off the server and then shut down the running WoW game.
/ra, /raid, /rsay <msg>
Says <msg> in the current raid channel.
/rand, /random, /rnd, /roll <min> <max>
Rolls a random number between <min> and <max> (or from 1-<max> if <min> isn't given or 1-100 if neither are given).
/remfriend, /removefriend <player>
Removes <player> from your friends list.
/r, /reply <message>
Sends <message> to the last player you received a /whisper from.
/s, /say <message>
Says a message in a small area.
/run, /script <script>
Runs the Lua script <script>
Splits money among all party members? Apparently defaults to all your money if nothing specified - use carefully.
/tar, /target <playername>
Attempts to target a player named by <playername> (including NPCs?)
Displays the current ingame time.
/tr, /trade <player>
Tries to trade with <player>
Removes <player> from your ignore list.
/kick, /u, /un, /uninvite <player>
Removes <player> from your party. Must be party leader to do this.
Runs the voice emote <msg> - /em <msg> should also work now, too
/send, /t, /tell, /w, /whisper <player> <message>
Sends <message> to <player>
Runs the search <search>
/sh, /shout, /y, /yell <message>
Shouts <message> in a large area.